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I am always reading about California being so uptight about this green sticker "emissions" thing. I am visiting family in CAL and want to take my stock '05 DRZ400e, yeh it is new with about 150 miles on it from BC Canada to CAL in the summer to do some open space riding and maybe some dunes. Is this do-able and is there anything that I should be aware of? BC also has very stricked emission controls on stock bikes as far as I know, but how does this match with the "green sticker"? :cry:

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if it were me i'd just make sure you have some sort of registration with you at all times. if you were to get stopped you could tell the ranger you were from canada with your registration as proof and plead ignorance to any stupid "out of state registration" rules.

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Don't they require proof of ownership at the border so they can prove you're not importing vehicles into the US?

Are they called a DRZ EH up there? :cry:

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Heh Twist.

I have my registration papers(ownership) but not licenced for road use.

I suspect I will have to declare and fill in some docs at customs to prove that I am not importing and only going to use it on vacation.

Thanks for the weather tip DRZ. I am not sure were we will be riding but I hear good things from many places. I just need to ride some open and dry terrain. The mountains, trees and wet weather gets a bit much in BC. Trails here are tight and narrow. Always riding in mud or rain. and thanks for the website. I will check it out

Roy

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